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Dr. Florence Fulk is an Epidemiology and Environmental Health department instructor and has had a successful career with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Research and Development from 1990 to 2017.

Dr. Fulk has extensive experience with the application of experimental design and statistical analysis of data across numerous scientific disciplines (public health, ecology, biology, microbiology, engineering, chemistry, and quality assurance).

She actively managed from 2002-2015, serving as a branch chief within the Ecosystem Exposure Research Division and its acting director from 2005-2009. She spent the last 5 years at EPA as a task lead in Sustainable and Healthy Communities (SHC) Research Program, where she promoted the use of Health Impact Assessment (HIA) and led the development of multiple HIAs to inform community decision-making.

Dr. Fulk is training public health specialists in the MPH programs at the University of Kentucky and the University of Cincinnati.

Dr. Fulk's Curriculum Vitae

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